Compensation: $22.79-$30.37 Hourly Dependent on Licensure Level
The Therapist is part of the person-centered integrated team and provides direct and indirect services to persons served.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS - JOB SPECIFIC
Core Responsibilities: • Provide psychotherapy for persons served • Provide triage services to persons who present during open access hours, as needed • Serve as a team coordinator for referrals, maintaining wait list, and care of consumers receiving services at OUD clinic (CSTAR only)
Other Responsibilities: • Assessing appropriateness/readiness of referrals for counseling • Function as part of a multi-disciplinary team • Maintain client records, following agency and state regulations including • knowledge of utilization management criteria. • Maintain agreed upon level of customer care requirements • Will provide culturally competent services to meet the unique cultural needs of each agency consumer and family member • Complete treatment plans with persons served • Be knowledgeable of other human/social services for purposes of referral if the agency is unable to provide a particular service and maintain documentation of such referrals • Interface with other human/social services to provide holistic services to persons served. • Provide emergency services for crisis calls/walk-ins per the daytime crisis protocol • Provide licensure supervision, if applicable • Regular attendance (except as excused) • Attend all training as required by Compass Health Network, Accreditors and Funders • Other duties as assigned by supervisor
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/CORE COMPETENCIES - COMPANY WIDE
• Regularly attends work except for approved absences • Attends all training as required • Maintain professional, "champion" behavior • Provides quality customer service • Provides services with a commitment to service excellence • Works in a way that exhibits a commitment to personal excellence • Team oriented and values diversity